emacs

GNU Emacs editor (metapackage)
 
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GNU Emacs is the extensible self-documenting text editor. This is a metapackage that will always depend on the latest recommended Emacs release.
Latest reviews
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Krygyz 1 year ago

wow...i just find this abysmal. not to say it's necessarily bad for all, but just ew. i prefer and recommend geany over this.

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RC404 4 years ago

Good application, should still be easier to use...

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libtekhed 4 years ago

Linus is right

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jahid_0903014 4 years ago

This is a good text editor

5
Hammer459 4 years ago

There is only one editor! Emacs has been my favourite for over 30 years

4
mh2o 4 years ago

At first it appears to be complicated but it is worth the effort

5
alflanagan 5 years ago

You can find a better editor for a particular programming language. You won't find a better one if you use multiple languages.

1
snegtul 5 years ago

Dude no, use VIM instead. Emacs is evil and will give you ass cancer.

5
florianseltsam 5 years ago

Toller Texteditor!

5
amzer_zo 5 years ago

There's a learning curve but it's awesome (fetch version 24 on Synaptic)

5
sujitnag 6 years ago

powerful

5
cnevis 6 years ago

make the terminal Awesome

3
ali20 7 years ago

hard

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tom-vn 7 years ago

it's hard to use for newbie as me

5
_deepfire 7 years ago

slime, org-mode, supports everything under the sun -- with common, but customizable keybindings, extensible and thoroughly hypertextual.. what could _possibly_ be better?

3
mysoomro 7 years ago

it's a so so app..

5
stormhike 7 years ago

First app I install in a new distribution. If you write code, it's worth the effort to learn.

4
dengulebaron 7 years ago

When will emacs 24 arrive?

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Time 7 years ago

Once you know how to properly use Emacs, anything else feels very substandard.

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agsom 7 years ago

A lot more than just an editor. It's amazing the variety of things you can do with Emacs, give it a try.